Welcome to the Competence Center in Digital Law
We support Swiss Higher Education Institutions (students, academic and administrative staff) in dealing with legal questions related to the digitalization process and the use of new media and technologies.
DMLawTool guides researchers through the most relevant legal aspects of research data management and proposes possible solution approaches to copyright and data protection issues. It has been developed by the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) in collaboration with the University of Neuchâtel (UNINE) within the P-5 programme “Scientific information” of swissuniversities. More detailed information about the tool can be found here. To access the tool, use the button below.
14.3.2023 – Webinar über Persönliche Daten und Datenschutz im Schulkontext
Für die Lehrpersonen: LerNetz Schule entwickelt wirkungsvolle Lernangebote für deinen Unterricht. Stöbere in ihren Lehrmitteln, lerne sie in einem Workshop kennen und lass dich inspirieren.
Im Rahmen des Projekts MAPAW (Make A Privacy Aware World) bieten wir mehreren Workshops an.
Melde dich jetzt an!
03.03.2023 – Podcast about AI, Copyright and Data Protection
A podcast in German about the use of personal data and works protected by copyright to train Artificial Intelligence.
Jürg Tschirren from SRF talks about the legal implications from minute 01:55:05. He has gathered several voices of experts in the field, including ours from Ccdigitallaw.
A guiding tool for researchers to address legal aspects in data management
USI (CCdigitallaw) and UNINE ([PI]2 ) have embarked on a new project within swissuniversities’ P-5 programme!
By the end of the year, they will develop a web-based tool that guides researchers working in the fields of humanities and social sciences through the most relevant legal questions related to data management and archiving.
09.03.2020 – Swiss Copyright Act
The new Swiss Copyright Act, in force from 1st April 2020, can be consulted here.
The CCdigitallaw platform constantly updates its content to ensure the accuracy and quality of the information.